The Lokmat LK08 is a standalone smartwatch running a customized version of the Android 7.1 OS. This customized version of Android gives the user full access to the Google Play Store and access to most of the features found in a smartphone.
What you get
The Lokmat LK08 has a simplistic design and looks similar to the Kospet Hope with its large physical buttons and 1.39 AMOLED display. It features a side-facing 5MP camera and two large physical buttons on the right side. The LK08 has a standard nano sim card tray, heart-rate monitor, and pin connection on the back for charging.
While the LK08 isn’t the most feature-packed smartwatch on the market, most people will be happy with a simple classic watch that can be worn anytime and just works. The Lokmat LK08 also has removable 22mm bands that allow you to change things up a bit. Weighing only 70g, the LK08 is lighter than most of the full android smartwatches on the market and it features a 1.39″ AMOLED display running at a resolution of 400*400.
The LokMat LK08 uses the MediaTek 6739 processor running at 1.25GHz with a 620mAH battery. You can expect a day and a half of battery life from a full charge. Of course, battery life will depend on individual usage. 4G LTE and background apps with push notifications can drain the battery as quickly as it would on any normal android device. Lokmat claims 90 hours of standby time.
The Lokmat LK08 comes with 3GB of ram and 32GB of internal storage and there is no 1GB/16GB version. The navigation is quite fluid and applications feel snappy. As with all full Android smartwatches, the major issue is that many applications won’t take full advantage of the large screen.
You’ll often need to use the built-in application adapter by holding down the power button and selecting the icon at the top of the screen. It changes the orientation of the app from a circle to a square, allowing you to see more of the application’s content. See the Janus & Lokmat X360 review for pictures of what this looks like. Also, the LK08 has an IP67 rating and is safe from light rain and sweat but not underwater activities.
The Lokmat LK08 has a 4G LTE radio unlocked for any GSM carrier. Check the specs below to see if your area supports the bands. In the United States, T-mobile, AT&T, Cricket, and MetroPCS work fine.
Bluetooth 4.0 is available for using headphones or sending and receiving files, however, there is no Bluetooth calling with any Android 7.1.1 devices due to Google’s restrictions. Additionally, GPS works excellent with Google Maps, Uber, Yelp, etc.
Android smartwatches come with their own fitness applications with activities such as Outdoor Running, Walking, Indoor Running, Bike Riding, and a few others. Distance tracking can be done with the pedometer or GPS if the firmware is updated and the option is turned on. You may also install Google Fit if you prefer since the LK08 has access to the full Google Play Store.
The LK08 uses the WiiWatch 2 companion app to pair with your smartwatch; however, pairing them restricts some of the smartwatch’s capabilities like responding to text messages and notifications. If you’re wearing it and have a separate (sim) number, you can respond to SMS and notifications. However, if you’re connected to Bluetooth and receive a text on your phone, you can see the message (on the watch) but can’t reply. To remedy this, you can install the Droid Assistant App.
There is a 1-year warranty for manufacturer defects and you should check the product pages for return policies.
Specification: Lokmat LK08 Full Android Smartwatch
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Price History & Alerts
Price History for LK08 4G Smartwatch 3GB+32GB
|Current Price||$202.00||August 15, 2020|
|Highest Price||$202.00||July 1, 2020|
|Lowest Price||$151.50||June 22, 2020|
Last price changes
|$202.00||July 1, 2020|
|$151.50||June 22, 2020|
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